Please explore this page to find information about Libertyville High School's district-wide policies and state laws on student health information requirements, links to external health-related websites, and current information relevant to teen health.
Cameron Traut MS, RN, PEL-IL, NCSN
Alisa Wasserman BSN, RN
Forms and Links to Health Websites
- Illinois Physical and Immunization Requirements
- District 128 Medication Form and Policy
- Illinois School Physical Form
- Allergy & Anaphylaxis Form
- Asthma Management Form
- Diabetes Management Form
- Seizure Management Form
- Illinois Eye Exam Form
- lIllinois Eye Exam Waiver Form
- Modified PE Form
- Field Trip Medication Form
- Lake County Health Department - Immunization Program
News from the Nurses
When should someone stay home from school or work?
- Fever > 100 degrees within the past 24 hours
- Any contagious illness (i.e. excessive cough, cold symptoms, pink eye, vomiting, diarrhea)
If a student feels ill during the school day, he/she should go to the nurse's office to be assessed, and the nurse will contact the parent as needed.
Recent Changes in High School immunization requirements (State of Illinois mandates) - May 2017
Meningococcal Conjuate Vaccine (MCV4, Menactra, Menveo):
- Any child entering the 12th grade shall show proof of having received 2 doses of meningococcal conjugate vaccine prior to entering 12th grade. Doses must be no less than 8 weeks apart. If the first dose is administered when the child is 16 years of age or older, only one dose is required.
- Meningococcal B does NOT meet this requirement, but is recommended.
Varicella (Chicken Pox) Vaccine:
- For the 2017-2018 school year, grades 9-12 will be required to show proof of 2 doses of varicella vaccine.